THE SISTER of a woman who was killed with her children has set up a fundraising page in her memory.

Kelly Fitzgibbons and her daughters Ava, aged four, and Lexi, aged two were found dead at their home in Woodmancote, Sussex.

It is alleged that the family was killed by father Robert Neehham, who also killed their dog before turning the gun on himself.

Now, Kelly’s twin sister Emma Ambler has set up an online funding page to create a memorial bench to her sister and her nieces.

She said it could be placed at either Emsworth Mill Pond or West Ashling Pond, where Kelly would take her children for walks.

The funding page has already earned thousands of pounds worth of donations and tributes.

Emma said: “Weʼre raising £800 to buy a memorial bench in memory of my beautiful twin sister Kelly Fitzgibbons and my wonderful nieces Ava and Lexi.”

“I’m still struggling with any words except to say Kel was so special and the hole she has left will never, ever be filled. I know this is the same for many, many people.

“I want to try and do something positive in this very difficult time and over recent years Kelly had started walking more with her girls (she previously wasnt much of a walker!) and spent many days walking round both Emsworth Mill Pond and West Ashling pond (where we grew up).

“I know lots of people have been asking about donations so if people would like to give I would like to use that money to buy a memorial bench in memory of Kelly and the girls so people have a place to go and sit and remember all the wonderful memories they have.

“As a family we have been overwhelmed by all the lovely messages we have recieved and they help so much.”

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